Ron Gill – BQA – Cattle movement in the Chute when giving injections.

If you are giving a muscular shot, you run the risk of the animal jumping in the shoe picked up there he has not come ou. If you job with needle like that, they are going to jump if they foward back, they run the risk that needle.

Ron Gill – BQA – Best Management Practices (BMPs)

When we look at implementing BQA on a ranching operation We normally forward the best management practice for a particular situation. The best management practice is where applies to implementing Animal Health procedures, Nutritional Requirement, whatever the best practice to achieve the desired result would be that constitute host things but implementation of any particular […]

Ron Gill – Cattle Transportation – Driver Responsibilities

We always really appreciate it when the truckers gives us a reasonable estimated time of arrival especially if it is after business hours so we are not sitting out here in the middle of the night wondering where the truck is Once they actually get here to us it is very important that they back […]

Ron Gill – BQA – Three primary focus areas of Food Safety

Deal primarily with three focus areas in our food safety training. The first will be injection site management. If you look at injection site mangement it is more perhaps a Quality Issue than a Food Safety Issue Particularly in the cow and calf, but if you have issues with injection site reactions or abscesses the […]

Ron Gill – BQA – Introduction to how residues are monitored

Residues in our product are monitored through sampling of meat and suspect animals in the system. When follower label directions best management practices avoid valid residues because any detected can result in fines, being traced back by back tags owner identification of the animals sold for auction marketer for the country as well and they […]